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How to get your Unique Permanent Registration Number with Medical Council Of India

How to get your Unique Permanent Registration Number with Medical Council Of India

New Delhi: With the Medical Council of India announcing that each and every doctor will have their Unique Permanent Registration Number (UPRN), the council is now preparing with the herculean task of providing a unique ID to doctor online, based on the verification of their aadhar and other documents. In the world of digitisation, the move would digitise India’s registry of doctors and is being undertaken as part of its ongoing e-governance initiative.

Moreover,  UPRN number would indeed come as a solution to a number of issues that are plaguing the medical practitioners across the country, including duplicate registrations across various states, renewal of registrations, as well as that the growing menace fake medical practitioners

Following are the steps to be following by doctors for getting their UPRN from the apex medical council 

  1. Register by visiting www.mciindia.org and click on “Doctor Login.” Enter basic information like Name and Contact details including email address. A User Id and password will be sent to the email address. 
  2. Doctors need to use this Id and password to login and enter all requested details including personal details, contact details, aadhar number, professional details and upload the latest qualification documents.
  3. Pay the fees to MCI online/offline and select the date and time when the doctor will visit the State Medical Council for verification of documents.
  4. Once the documents are physically verified at the State Medical Council (SMC), then the respective SMC will process the record in the system.  The system will perform the following tasks automatically.
  1. Aadhar Details will be verified
  2. UPRN number will be generated
  3. IMR database will be updated with the new UPRN number and will update the latest details of the doctor
  4. Email notification will go to Doctor, MCI and SMC.

It is reported that the website of the council has been recently revamped, and currently the doctors login feature states ” This module is under Testing and will be available for usage shortly”. Medical Dialogues team will provide regular updates on the issue.

Read Also : Landmark: MCI to give Unique Permanent Registration Number to all doctors across the country

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  1. MCI. Should in association with local branches start the processes ,and since all the particulars are with local branches and state medical councils these unique permanent no can be generated by just asking local branches to ask members to give their aadhar no and fees if any, and send the no to their regd email s

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    Dr.Raghunandan Mehta October 7, 2017, 12:20 pm

    Again we are required to Visit S M C office – facing so many known and unknown troubles , queue , doctors all the way move to SMC then waiting etc.
    Cannot SMC may have camp at district level on fixed days and time and may have different number of rounds of camp and can accomplish this task in win win way .

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    Prince Rajamanickam October 2, 2017, 9:36 am

    Another bad decision from MCI! State IMA should verify from the district IMA s about the existence of doctors in their IMA list and update the same to the State IMa which them would be forwarded to MCI.

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    Dr markandey baranwal October 2, 2017, 8:41 am

    Kindly to inform everybody concerned n IMC in particular.
    Why to furnish unique no separately,,,,

    Can\’t IMC arrange PAN like , medical no, for concerned doctors, which is adhaar based., as PAN

    THIS ARRANGEMENT NEED NOT DOCTORS BE PRESENT PHYSICALLY,,, IN STATE CAPITAL. PHYSICAL PRESENCE IS POSSIBLE, EASILY IN THEIR OWN CITIES N VILLAGES.

    THNX.

  5. At this age my life is full of numbers. I can\’t understand what good this another number is going to do to me.
    Travelling 400 kms to the SMC where half the time the officials are not present is a big huddle for any doctor in the peripheri.
    Why can\’t the MCI collect our data from the SMC & save us the trouble.
    UPRN should be optional.

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